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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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BY TOM SMITH _
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iii I Southern Sugar Opera-

Five new buildings now under construction -
tions Now Extend Over
in Clewistou will provide
j homes for twelve 50-Mile Area Through
"
r Homes families in Clewis- ,
Startedton, and white none Northern Everglades.Ground .

of the buildings ,OYV r 4I
mentioned are :yet ,completed, all of I k C. Irk t, r.t preparation and sugar cane

them have been rented, including the planting of the Southern Sugar company -

i\ ,eight apartment building of Mrs. now extends over an area of

Schult on Ventura avenue. Again it more than fifty miles around the southern -

Is the same stor'which \\e have end of Lake: Okeechobee from

heard in Clewiston since work on the ,Moore Haven to Canal Point, while
activities of the sugar interests in
mill start-
1,500 ton a day sugar was .
'ed.. Announcements of now buildings addition to shaping a new sugar bowl
,for'' America are responsible for anew
almost weekly and almost simultane-
ously with the announcement of start era of prosperity throughout the I

'of construction, have come announcements northern Everglades quickening community -
\ of completely rented buildings. f s f i >4% interest and insuring the .
''C t steady growth of four towns in addition -
( ,Where will it stop? Leaving' out of I
o. I
consideration any' expansion of the i to Clewiston. Y

Southern Sugar company:: activities, 'iI frird I The s comparatively small test plot

there would still be a great. opportunity -I'I 'ir of, sugar cane which B. G. Dahlberg

here for builders, and the steadily I I iit caused to be set, out on the comple-
I tion of his
makes drainage work has now
progressing expansion program ,
the opportunity more golden. All I r( r R' grown into tens of thousands ot

Florida is experiencing abrisk winter .,1 ,ij'y.tD ,. acres, and a fleet of, 75 tractors with Y

season. Hotels and, apartment fiouses ,an army of workers are busy following "

are: filled to capacity In many instances the extensive sugar cane planting.

but the conditions at Clewis- | expansion program.
ton are very different. In other Flor- ; I\ New wide roads have been graded
11 '. 'a'
ida cities with the coming of spring, tfi 4 t J' 1 y j south of,'the present sugar mill and .

the crowds( will )begin to drift backto -, .. ----' -- I I a fleet of tractors have, lumbered to .
their homes in the north. At Clew- the south end of the Sugarland drain- '
,-
k iston the coming of spring will mean Above is shown a composite picture of the 1,500 ton a day mill of the Southern Sugar company at Clewis ton, which is responsible for the age district where they are busy pre-

only that the expansion program is prosperity and development of Clewiston., In the foreground is seen a 'tractor trainload of freshly cut sugar cane. ;This is the first picture of the paring new fields, while motorists. at

- further along, resulting in the de-I completed mill to be published. 'Trainloads of raw sugar have already been shipped from this mill to the re fineries this year. almost any point on the fifty mile '

mand for houses increasing stretch between: More Haven and Canal ;:

of decreasing. THE CLEWISTON NEWS LOCALLY CROWN FERNS Point can turn their eyes from .:
BRINGS VISITORS HERE"It EXTENSION OF FLOOD CONTROL SHIPPED TO CHICAGOFerns the road and see tractors roaring be- _;

to I'J Acting on the suggestion, made by : fore a1' great cloud of black muck dust, '.:'

?H Congressman Frank R Reid, chairman was the Clewiston News which and flowers double. ,plows digging long straight + :
DRAINAGE WORK DATA GATHERED grown in the
in of the flood brought me to Clewiston, and I am northern Everglades at Clewiston will rows that start at the road and taper ,t:
I r Flood control committee glad I made the the Please turn to page 6
very trip" was be sold to
Chicago crowds if the
Controlof' the house, a comment of Mrs. C. D. Bassett of IS ANNOUNCED BY F. JOHNSON plan now being worked out by Eo.W.. "

'I'I group of progressive Minneapolis, Minn., who with her '' '
-
McCully local real estate is
----- 'f man suc-TWO INDICTED FOR .\
: Floridans are busy compiling small son Cyril spent several days f cessful. ,

statistics and preparing data to be' here. Mrs. Bassett had, purchased 3,200 Acres. ,Added ToSugarland Statistics T o Be Used I Completing negotiations with the 1

presented ,_at;Washington-, encourage I I several, ,pieces of, property i in the PERJURY BY GRAND
_- ; ; Drainage ,** *fc:, In.Enlisting Aid-. ---- management t.ot.a, Chicago! florist' ,shop ;
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th'e federal government in tackling community and following the accounts .
several months :
District ago, McCully agreedto
Of
the flood control problem on of progress i in the News decided Government '
( < set out several hundred canna lil- JURY AT LABELLE
;{:Lake: Okeechobee. Congressman Reid to see, the section / -- (
lies and
asaparagus ferns in a test
Extension
suggested such an organization in "I 1 have closely followed the Clew of the Sugarland drainage .Statistics are being compiled, and 1
his, talk. at the Hoover dinner' in the iston. News and waited anxiouslyfor district levees and ditches to' in- work pushed in gathering information plot. These thrived well, and this
clude 3,200 additional week the first shipment was sent to W. N. Henderson Will I
Clewiston Inn a few weeks ago, and its, arrival every week. I find acres south of to be presented at Washington!
i the northern shop for sale.
i already the new association of, which that the community had been well the south line of the present district in enlisting federal aid in the flood Face Charge Of .
The first one
shipment small
,
was a .
: P. L. 'Williamson, _of Clewiston. is mirrored in the paper, and the was announced 'yesterday by CaptainF. control problem in the Everglades, .
and it was explained that it was mere- Extortion
president, is' organized and functioning sugar, activity here is all that the Deane Duff, president of the Sug- it, was announced this week by F. L.
ly ,to see how the lillies and ferns
Please
News *' turn to page 6 Please turn to ( .
smoothly. Chairmen, in the vari- said It was. page > '
I would withstand the shipping. Ac- LaBelle, Feb. 28-Indictment of
l / eus counties have been appointed
cording to word received from Chicago Will Tindall of Avon Park and Henry
while the officials have taken offices '
'r -<'\ NEW JAIL NEEDED S COMMISSIONERSMEET they are doing well and, if the Maddox of Felda on a charge of perjury ,
in West Palm Beach ; AcCuracy
,J a building. COAST: MERCHANTS :
I I ,- plan continues to appear feasible, the I and indicting of "W. N. Henderson '
and speed are the two main
../ SAYS GRAND JURY ferns and lillies! 'will: be grown ,here former county judge on a charge ;"
< _. essentials now required and the : TOMORROW ,
PLAN FOR' SHARE and shipped in large quantities for of extortion, furnished the material t "
Florida Flood Control committee appears -
the retail trade.EARLY I for a whirlwind finish to the investi-
to be in an excellent position
." to do some good for the state. 0 F LOCAL TRADE Commissioners Asked toHelp Routine Meeting Sched-- r gation of the grand jury which was
I held during the past few weeks.
I.. in Beautification > >< uled For March START FOR The perjury indictments were Is.
To those who knew Clewiston whenit
of Grounds Session sued by the grand jury after Henry
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was little more than an idea of B. Business League Formed -
\ CROSS STATE ROAD Maddox and Will Tindall had testified !- 1
f"j, G. Dahlberg. the
i ". To Keep Money before the 'jurors in connection :
Clewiston \
) Planting information that ( News Special) Hendry county commissioners will
'i'<1J:3: Operations the plantations. of I At Home LaBelle, Feb. 2S-The Hendry :meet tomorrow at LaBelle for their WORK IS APPROVED with liquor law violations. t

the Southern Sugar county jail at LaBelle is unsafe, and ;regular monthly! meeting, and while Judge Henderson was indicted for

,., company now extend over an area Continued efforts of, merchants of inadequate and a new jail should be 1 there is nothing special scheduled for t extortion' In connection with fees in, ;;

I tf'ot: more than 50 miles' around the I other, communities to get a share of built. This was the recommendation discussion, indications are that a rec- Rider. Gets Assurances his office during his term of. county

southern rim of Lake Okeechobee, the prosperity in Clewiston_ was of the spring grand jury which completed I ord crowd will be present. judge. The former judge was, released -

paust indeed be gratifying. The most :shown during the past week- by so- its Investigation this week. /,. Officially there is nothing to come From Members of on a $500 bond. '

optimistically inclined at that time Please turn to page 6 I I The new jail .according to the recommendation ,up which will make the meeting ,exciting Road Dept. This action taken by the grand

would probably: have been perfectly, should be built on the I and the session may drag ,jury toward the end of the"session !

satisfied had they been assured that county court house property south of through in routine business and ter- l (Clewiston News Special) early this- week brought to a close ,-

one town, Clewiston, would prosper Street.. Improvement: the present building. a j i minate, in a few hours. / LaBelle, Feb. 28-As soon as the I one of the livliest sessions In the

through the sugar indus- Work Under WayWork Although the jury agreed that the i! Those with the best interests of right of, way Is secured contracts, will history of the county. ,',

eremarkabh" additional towns would; present court house is in good con- the county at heart are hoping that be awarded and work; ImmediatelyPlease The Delmar Hayes indictment .for

feel the effect of the activities of the of bringing four streets in dition, the need of improving the wrangling will be ruled out and that turn to page 6 second degree murder in connection:

Jahlberg interests in increased values ,Clewiston to proper grade was started court house ground? was discussedand the commisslonners will work in har- with the death of Ruby Rudd and

I f'a- and sound prosperity, would have this week by the engineering de- ? It was recommended that ea c1i of mony and bridge the gap which appeared Five Buildings Jack Hay, LaBelle tots :who were

seemed a few years ago, imagination partment of the Clewiston company, the five county 'commissioners, sendin to be threatening at the meet- killed by an automobile last Decem-
; and Under Way Here ber, was among the first of the true
In. street work started also Includel ing a month
trucks
the nth degree. Yet the towns of from their respective dis- ago.
\ Moore Haven, South Bay, Belle Glade I the cinstrultion of a draw span over tricts to fill in, grade and beautifythe It is considered probable that the -- bills to be returned, after which sev
1)- the Another single family dwelling eral true bills on smaller cases were
L Industrial canal on the Sugarland recommendations made by the grand
; and Canal Point, in addition to Clew court house grounds.In i
/ started' here this week 3 In returned until this week when the
Lot
highway. on
This
latter work Jury for
; iston are enjoying a brand of prosperity will take connection; with liquor law enforcement last week will be brought up
I' : today which rivals the brightest :about ten days during which time, Sheriff Dan McLaughlin ''discussion and possibly some action Osceola avenue by E _S. Matteson Henderson and Maddox indictmentswere
I'l ] 'I ,Please turn to 6 made known. ....
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:,, days of the boom.. It JS f also well page 6 Please turn to page C will .be .taken h _.on plans .for. ..the new
r.I' .\ to remember in studying the possi- I county jail. The present jail was oe- ,
'
bilities of this section that compara Please turn to page 6 FINANCIAL CONDITION OF LOCAL
FIRST
'tively speaking the activity of the OYSTER SUPPER OF THE SEASONTO I


started.Southern\ Sugar company has only BE HELD IN CLEWISTON'TONIGHT1tion Commenting CARLTON President-elect. OPTIMISTIC Herbert -I BUILDING AND LOAN EXCELLENT


Hoover's trip through the Everglades ;...
The grand jury in its list
of recommendations Members of the Ladles ,Aid society and visit at Clewiston, Gov- I The financial condition of the Clew-, value stock of which the associationsold
asks that the groundsof of the Clewiston Community church to oysters will be served and the ernor Doyle E. Carlton,, said: iston Home Building association Is for cash stock totalling $50,600,
.' the county meal will be finished with desserts "I that, good has ., In Installments
will sponsor their first oyster supperof am sure great excellent a summarized statementread leaving $133,700 being paid
/Courthouse courthouse! at La I r the year tonight in the salesroomof and home made pies and cakes. comb to the state by virtue of our .I by Captain F. Deane Duff at .' There Is a monthly income

/ WorkBe .be beautified the Clewiston Motor on The -oyster supper tonight Js the tour through the Everglades. We the recent annual stockholders meet of some $1,200 of which $328

.// and that the coun- 'Francisco street, it was company"announced first of a series of suppers and entertainments have brought a great man and a great ing showed. Loans outstanding In per month Is Interest on loans.

,,/' ,. ty commissioners be asked to send today by Mrs. William G. Ames pres- to be sponsored by the problem together and I am sure we 1927 amounted to $32,000.On In 1927, it was explained, the association

in trucks from their respective disflSfjtricts ident of the society.. Ladles Aid in, their efforts to duplicate can expect the ,usual result from sucha January 1, 1929 there was $47 broke even, while In 1928 there

: to do the work of filling and I With all of the members of the aid their work of last, year when by combination. Mr. Hoover ,fits perfectly 300 in fifteen loans showing the av was a net profit of $2,696.14. In June
S
grading. This is a commendable rec cooperating attractive dishes in add! June 1, the end of their fiscal year Into this problem great engineer erage loan to be approximately $3,- 192S there was a 5 1-2 per cent stock

ommendation.' Palms and other beau they had $1,000 in the bank. a great 'administrator, a great 000. Payment on stock subscriptionsfrom divident declared and credited to

tiful trees on the courthouse grounds present the scene Is little short of The supper tonight will ,be similarto humanitarian, a great salesman. I both those who have had loans stockholders. Deducting this, there,

form a setting which could easily be an eyesore, with a little work on the I I those given last year which provedso believe wo can lok to the reclamation 'and those who are buying the stockas was on January 1, 1929 a net surplusof

beautified, and it is hoped that the part of the commissioners, It can be popular in the community, and of the Everglades upon tho an Investment have been unusually $1,539.19. With the six: per cent

' commissioners will be quick to respond -I one of the most beautiful settings fora which consistently proved a greater soundest engineering and economic prompt, tho president said. divident declared Wednesday night

to this recommendation At I courthouse in the entire state. Please turn ,to page 6 J There has been sold $184,300 par Please turn to page 6


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I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knowles of Topeka cARLTouAiki; I The' report recommended that't e ed several resolutions which he in- .

I By The Way Have You Heard- Kans., arc visiting in Clewiston three slate departments now dealing I sisted, should be presented, to the leg-

as the guests of Mr. Knowle's cousin with conservation matters the shell- islation for action.

{ Wilber D. Cole. Mr. Knowles who Is AT INVENTORY fish commission, department of for- Mr. Selby urged a statewide pro-

The R. Y. Pattersons havo pur- be remembered as a popular Clewiston a retired banker of Kansas has been r' estry, and the game and fish com- gram of cattle tick eradication,

chased a new Buick sedan. resident, last-winter. spending the winter in Florida and MET IN STATE [ mission, be centralized in one body. Ing the butterfat content in Ice fixO.

seemed well Impressed with the activities It was recommended also that buntIng in the state to confer with the exist-

In a local party which spent last Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ames observed in the sugar industry at -- I season be shortened and that' ing conditions, claiming the present
:
Sunday at Palm Beach were Herbert the twenty-fifth anniversaryof Clewiston. i I Executives Sees Bright greater restrictions be placed upon amount fixed as too high, pure milk,

Blate, Herman Bearman, Dr. John their wedding last Sunday. They Future For All I hunting in season! equalization for agriculture; makingIt I

Anderson"and Sam Schn eclmell. were to havo gone to Alabama for a H. B. Fuller of West Palm Beach .1 B. F. Williamson, reading the report illegal to manufacture or sell imitations


: M.W. Bigg and R. Y. Patterson prevented Mr. Ames's makingthe I because the American Forestry association tion of fruit growers; inspections of

spent Monday in Canal Point on bus- trip. Mr., and Mrs. M. J. Sharket of Indianapolis Governor Doyle E.. Carlton address- had apportioned this state airports, and a larger appropriationto

; iness. Ind., spent a few days in ing the session of the All Florida $10,000 for forest conservation. the be used for the printing and distribution -

Seen on the golf course'during the Clewiston this week as the guest of Takes inventory Congress Teferred to federal government had given the of agricultural! bulletins. He

I:i Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Turner week were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Har- Glenn B. Heard. Mrs. Sharket is a all such as have lost faith In the fu- : state and additional $35,000 for for also asked a resolution of appreciation

Brooks and family! formerly of Lakeland vel, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg Captain ? cousin of Mrs. Glenn Heard. ture o; Florida as pessimists, and de- : estry work. Discussing the damage be sent to- railroads for their

I have taken one of the new company and Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Dr. -- clared that this state would again done by forest fires, Mr. Williamsonstate cooperation with the fruit growers.

: houses in Clewiston. Mr. 'John Anderson, Miss Jerry Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lundy of LaGrange march to the fore among the other that tests showed unburned

::1 Brooks is mechanical superintendent Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen, Ill., are spending a few daysin state of the union despite the handicaps land to be twice as.rich in organic

1 I of the Clewiston News. L. A. Morgan, jr., Paul Deam, Edison Clewiston on a tour of Florida; it has suffered in the Immediate matter, chiefly nitrogen to burned: HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESBy

Ji i' 'c. Speer, Dr. J. C. Knowling and W. past. lands.
Virginia P.
i ... A. :B. Cherry spent Sunday in Bare J Moore
i) Mr. and Mrs. Drawdy of Celotex- D. Cole. The Inventory Congress sponsoredby The state constitution is 44 years -
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i i town will leave tomotrow on a week I i Beach. the state chamber of commerce, behind the times, it was said by E.

{ end trip to Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edison C. Speer motored w brought together here a number of H. Beckett of the Plnellas County Light and Ventilation
R. Y: Patterson, superintendent of
i --- to Sebring over the \yeek ends the leading business and professionalmen commission, reporting for the county 1. Have you made a diagram or

/ : and Mrs. Bill Harris, Orten -, transportation for tho Southern Sugar and state and municipal govern- commissioners group. He advised drawing of your kitchen as it is now?

.1( Lundbergh, and A. E. Anderson' spent Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tubbs entertainedMr. I, company is in Jacksonville on busi- ment officials to take inventory of radical changes in the constitution.He 2. Will you make a drawing and I

I J f Sunday at Miami two weeks ago. I \ and Mrs. W. S. Harvel at dinnerin ness. the state as a whole and to make recommendations also recommended that constablesand plans for the arrangement of your

the Kettl tearoom Sunday ,evening.Mr. -- the constable districts be abolishedand
I as to best coursesto kitchen after you have studied the
L. Williamson in West
f I Frank O. RIchmann accompanied I -- F. was pursue in various lines of endeavorfor their work relegated to the sher bulletin, "The Convenient Kitchen"'?
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-
i by' Mr. and Mrs: Dick C. Miller motored and Mrs. P. A. Poche and S. Palm Beach on business pertainingto the general progress and development iff's office. The group recommended 3. Is the natural lighting in your kit-
flood control last Monday.
/ to Sebring last Sunday. Frazier left last week for New Ir- of the state. that the term of county commission. chen good?. 4. Do you get in your

i leans where they will spend a few The morning session was in the ers be increased to four years instead own light when
you are at the
Glenn Heard and Mr. Hatch I'
1 1 A new ice truck for Clewiston delivery weeks before' returning to Clewiston. the week end in Miami. spent'j form of fourteen group conferences of two as at present. ing table. the stove, or the sink mixA,.. /
service'her
.
J has been put ill' which met and discussed the particular Frank: M. Traynor of' the Florida Is the window up high, so that whenis

in keeping I with the policy .of the The new bell In the Clewiston Com- problems of their respective Portland Cement company, operatinga is opened It will not cause a draftto
Rackstraw
Mrs. G. B.
Mr. and spent
'! Florida Power and Ice 'company for munity church tolled forth the hours plant in made
and their recommendationswere Tampa, the report be
?
.. the week end in West Palm Beach. groups I on your stove 6. Are the win-
better service. for services for the first time last made at the general afternoon of the industrial group. He said that downs in at least two sides of the

lI.i li Sunday. session In the Royal Poinciana. his group was interested in such a room? 7. Is the artificial lighting
at Shar-
Clewiston the
I. Among fans
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Troeger entertained '
wide variety of subjects that it lacked
called to -
The general session 'was placed so you will not get in your '
in Miami
t Mr. and Mrs. G. W Gordon at J. A. Davis accompanied by John key-Stribling fight were E. order by David Sholtz president of a quorum and so had met with own light? 8. If there is no electric
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bill Hooker,
dinner Wednesday night i In the Kettl Iettland Miss B. KettI motored to
the state chamber of commerce, who the commercial club secretaries.D. light, ado you have a god reflector
Bob Turner
Alston
L. Stewart, Dave ,
tearoom West Palm Beach over 'the week end. Homer introduced J. II. Gill general chair- B. McKay, mayor of Tampa was lamp, placed on at least two walls
t Julius Alston, Joe Godfrey,
of the Mr. Gill Is vice- chairman.. the mayors' and citymanagers' (four walls better
'I AI man congress. \ are ) of your kit
Members of the Ladies Aid of the Mrs.AWebster Myers who will be Wise, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Bishop, Mr.and
,+ : president and general manager of the group. He declared that chen? 9. Are your curtains easily
Mrs. W. C. Hanson, H. E. Fridge
Clewiston Community church will remembered as a popular resident of & In- the general financial condition of all cleaned.
Florida Power Light company. and do they give a color note
I hold their regular monthly meeting Clewiston last winter is spending and E. W. McDonald.
a vocation was pronounced by Rev. C. Florida cities make a plan for tax that Is pleasing? What do you think
next Thursday at the Community Mr. and '
few days in this community. relief
imperative.
the First Congre- of
known as W. Pusey pastor of an appropriately colored oil cloth
Chicago.-A band of men
: church. Mrs. Myers are now residents of Sef- Val gational church of West Palm Beach. Div Hamilton Holt, president of valance or frill that is bound with
i : 1 the Valla gang the leader being
fner. Fla. f II. Robinson manager of the Palm Rollins Collegt gave voice to the spirit tape?
Mr. and 1lrs0.. L. Jeffries spent la are sought by the police for mur-
,f Beach Business association, repre- of optimism that permeated the Screening Doors and Windows
Sunday in West Palm Beach. Arrival of a9 and threequarterpound der of the seven gunmen last week.
senting Mayor Barclay It. Warburtonof congress sessions. He told the as- 1. Are all the windows completely
r' baby boy at the home of Mr.and \ The car they used ,a Packard, was
welcomed the sembled members of the congress covered
Palm Beach congressto by screens? 2. Are the
Mr. and Mrs. of Celotex- found later on and. witnesses said
/ Drawdy
Mrs. i\I. R. Montgomery Tuesday
that they must face facts and work
the city. Mr.\ Robinson was followed screens easily removed for cleaning?
town\ entertained night the driver had a missing finger.
,,'I' Wednesday morning was announced this week. by Charles, H.. Warwick president with 'these facts is mind to insure aj 3. Do strong, well braced screen doorsfit
.r with a Sharle -'Stribling fight party The new arrival is 'to ,be named Rob
future for Florida.
the Greater Palm Beach chamber prosperous the door opening
of I closely? 4. Do;
over the radio Those present were ert George. Mrs. Montgomery was for- DR. P. H. JONES Howard '
Selby, president of the
of commerce, who welcomed the the doors have: strong springs that
Roy Bailey Samuel Turner Brooks DENTIST.Will'
merly Miss Alta Matteson.
the guests in behalf of the organization'Report Central Farmers Trust company, of hold them tight? Did you select a
Moore Haven on
and E. W. McCully. i be n
I. of the conversation committee West' Palm,Beach, speaking as chair- good copper wire screen that will
dates: .
Jules M. Robert Kuhn following
Burguieres
was read by Senator Harrison. man of the agricultural group, offer last?
Dr. H. T. Summa, of West Palm and W. Redelsheimer of West Palm Jan. 7 &9.10.11.12.28.29.30.31Feb. .

Beach spent a day- in Clewiston- last Beach were in Clewiston Tuesday on 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23 __

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{ partly covered with water, with a soil daily grinding capacity, and has a ,'.

S .. black as pitch and almost as sticky second mill of 600 tons daily capacity

: \WE HAVE SECURED THE' AGNECY FOR GAY'S when you tried to pull one foot after at Canal Point. The company has '

another through the muck. about 6,00o acres in cane, and planting -,
PURE DIISTILLED I WATER AND HAVE A SUPPLY
of additional is rapidly !
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; Price>< 'Fifty Cents for Five>< Gallons : ; .s ( that the swamp could readily be .,
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was known to be among the .'

: '- CLEWISTON :; most fertile- on earth' ,and ideal for thegrowing water transportation.In "
BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY short, the swamPPurchase has 't.
of cane. ,
I' S .' I': sugar resulted in a great new industrial de,1

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A "! \ i '-, ., ,'.. .,,', M., ., acquired 125,000 ,
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Successor to The Clewiston Progress


Entered as second-class matter February S, 1928, at the post office .
FRESH CREAM
( at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. far-off Oklahome a Clewiston admirer springs up in answer to ,* S ,
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plea in the Clewiston News a few weeks ago. The letter is self : I
LOUIS A. MORGAN::................r.r....................................... Publisher/ r explanatory >
8 and reads; We are now ready to serve you with fresh

TOM SMITH .........r........r.....:..............,...............r..................... Editor "This morning my Clewlston News was punctual as usual, eagerly I rich r
cream. Strawberry shortcake served with
! Subscription Rates read the news of Southern Florida. V

"On the editorial page I noticed the following: 'The fellow who wrote cream in real southern style. Pure cream for
By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida

.. One i year $2.60 One year '. $2.00 I 'Pickin' Cotton' ought to pop out with one now on 'Sackin' Sugar' and help your favorite coffee is now obtainable.>< Leave

Six months 1.60 Six months 1.00. Clewiston; I am deeply interested in the development in the Southern Glades

Three months 1.25 Three months .75 orders every morning for prompt delivery.
and enclose a contribution on 'Sackin' Sugar' my first attempt. If you

s NEWS' PLATFORM think it worth while, print It, if not, deliver it to the 'waste basket."
iJ 1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation
a Mrs. Nina G. Burrus, Oklahoma City,. Okla. CLEWISTON.DAIRY
for local transportation and
2. Early completion of the highways .
concentration of products. Her's the poem, and a good oue. v- S

.. e 3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and I SACKIN' SUGAR -= :: :- :- : :::==::= =< =:: :=:::== =:: ::- :.:.: =: : : :=: : :-:::=:: : :: = =: : :: .:::==.:
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I FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1929 'Jl \1,*;:.:' Dahlberg, the President, '.'.'% ( ) : ; ,
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,.: J In the By the Way column of the Clewiston News arc items recording ," 'c'" '" :'" :.: ..'( : .p' '. i' YOUR AiPPEARANCEatromze i.I i.

:I ''r .. :;',.<> ;;; Sure to soar, hurrah-hurrah! ). r. .., :' I
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I \\eek end trips of local residents to Miami, Fort Myers, Palm Beach and :
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People need it, bound to have it, '> ," 1 II II
: suggest for-those who are vitally interested m the development of Clewiston "<. ', ; r I .
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immensity of the undertaking which B. G. Dahlberg''' is successfully tackling .,' :;." ;', I
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-) i In the Everglades. and in it you will realize that our present house shortage 0. ,', ,. '1,1 i ,. ." i ,
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/: end of the Southern drainage district, cross the bridge over the last canal -' ." '''". jj: ..'. ; '. ,
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.- -v and gaze over the endless plain-the Everglades as B. G. Dahlberg found. .. -.: .. ,;'.' ;..,' : \.? !:. <: ,
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'I .:\k:' new sugar bowl. ):gt ::' : iA ; I
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", .-, Watch her soar, my 'Sugar .Gal'Well ;;.'* \. 1 1 '
{:: a great 7,000 acre tract cleared and ready for sugar cane planting. Travel ."f "; I r :' :.:" 0, ,,' 1 1
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( fact that nine months r 'om today that same road will lead you between tuoSf I "'..i. ",.\ I "
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'..?,. Returning' to the Sugarland Highway travel west ,to beyond the Benbow '. t : ..:....tCleanliness.: is next to Godliness I 1

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1rI ... H:,, estate near Moore Haven, turn again off, the road 'and 'continue south. Between It's about time now to ditch the old one "as hard as' finding a needle 'inhaystack" :, : ,' '' ( .> : : / :
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j; If this is not sufficient, pass ''through Clewiston, stopping west of the ..

' : town to visit the pumping plant: continue on. to the end of Hendry county Dumb Dora thinks that a new road and bridge district, means business ,

i ./" where you will see dredges., of contractors working for the state highway' for the dentists. \ .,' \. ',',, ', : ..' .

I.' .. \. department busy throwing up the ,new grade and digging out rock for the -: .' ,,;. ,. -. "S; .' "; I
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wide well paved highway from Palm Beach '. :f. ,
through the center of Clewistonto Would 1 ; ... .
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e ;; .. .:> Sugar company at work, and more fields under cultivation. If necessary follow two weeks ago, and didn't I tell ''YOU then that I wanted an older boy?" : ." .

('< *$' the picture through to Canal Point. "Yessir. -.1.
I That's why I've come back. .
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,.. Activity on a scale never before seen in Florida. Return then to Clew- :" CONTRACTING

I. iston, park on the ridge, study the community with the fact in mind that it .:
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/ Iston of tomorrow; try, after making a thorough study of the Southern Sug- ;:: ,.

l; ar company's activity, to convince. yourself that this house shortage condition .

J :' f. C is only temporary. Rather you wil>ti try to make immediate plans .for providing \ j\t;: ,

I' housing facilities for the families
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3j workers who will be brought here in connection with the sugar company'sA ; -

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all game killed and all furs trapped during the open ,hunting and trapping S :,/, YOU HEALTHYS ,

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!I : at Tallahassee within ten. days after the season closes, all gamei Our meals are always. balanced to give you I: Save money by consulting us.. ,

i /, > .'. Killed and furs trapped.. '. proper nourishment for. a day's work. This is I
: Our'reputation
if i is our recommendation
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detached by the hunters and of the
(th b : one secrets why our ''dining room is' always ri

3. : trappers and. filled out on the face and back and mailed to the department tl II ,

: at Tallahassee. This information is filled. "
very valuable' to the department for several -,
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I'f., iua during the open season and the amount of furs trapped in Florida during Dine with us and you will find a differencein "

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;*: .'' .' ing the different counties and sections of the state where the game has been health. 'I ., :
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f' ::.:; sum oftl, 073,35x.50. Of course, many of the trappers did not report, of I II II I .

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11) years has more than doubled the value of furs to the trappers.] Last Yea The Watanabe Hotel

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I FRIDAY. MARCH. -L, 1 1a 7
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dealers. "The excellent suggestions; Abilene.-Officials of the airport damage done by said cattle in said

"givens us by the high Chevrolet officials here where Lindbergh stopped believe area as provided in said Act.

LaBelle News will enable the Chevrolet dealer ho is going to Mexico City in- Drainage This action District.becomes destroying necessary crops as '

I'' to render the highest type of service I stead of California because 0 of the direction cattle are now within the Sugarlaml

, to his community," said the local he is pointed. that are growing In said area and .'
Injuring sugar cane fields
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dealer. .
-- I After the refreshments a fine social delivered to the Saints. We love; and Among the speakers at the meeting NOTICETo Board F.of DEANE Sunpervors DUFF., Sugarland President

QUEEN ESTHER CLASS TEA hour was enjoyed. II respect him as a man of God and it were M..D. Douglas, assistant general Drainage District. '

GIVES SILVER Among those present were Mesdames is with sorrow: and regret that we sales manager, Ray D. Wilson, Whom It May Concern: 2t.-15-22.
Everett .Notice Is
the -
at hereby that and
given
A sliver tea was given Feb. 20, under A. L. 'Taylor, Dryer, Miller, give him up. A short time ago he re zone sales manager, L. S. Costley, after March 1st, A. D. 1929. all on cat-

hotel Wednesday, 1 Esther Henderson, Byers. Grant, Pfaff, Hen ceived an urgent call to come backto regional sales manager, Wm. A. Blees, tle found within the area describedin PUBLIC NOTICE
o't Queen -
the auspices the ricksen, Bush, Cornette, Frank Ma- his native state, Kentucky, and manager dealers finance and ,accountIng Chapter 12824 Laws of Florida,
Bible class of the Methodist Addicks, felt it his duty to He bids us fare ritory approximately; the same as that
gill Pfluge, Richards., Crow go. J. H. Blackmore, assistant sales creating a No Fence Area in the ter- This is to inform all concerned thata

, church.It Edwards, Thomas. well on Sunday the 10th, inst. and I promotion manager, T. E.. Chancellor, Acts of 1927, same being an Act' Willys-Knight five passenger tour

was a great success, both socially I II started for the distant field wherehe assistant manager truck division. J. included in the Clewiston and Sugar- ing car, Motor No. S9221, model of

and financially. The visiters were received felt that God wanted him. As a I I land Drainage Districts, will be taken 1924 will be sold to satisfy a repair
Mrs. Though not strictly news of La; P. Little, manager parts and service up and impounded as required by and storage bill, now overdue..
by Mrs. E. E. Edwards, I Belle are sure this little story ofa I church we can recommend him to division and Will Power, manager of said Act and the owners of said cat-I CONNELL'S SERVICE STATION
Pfaff, we I I
A. L. Taylor, president, Mrs. of strange_ robber; happened to the 1 I the love and coinfidence of any people show productions. I tle will be held responsible for all Clewiston, Fla.

vice president and the committee social worker I with whom he may live and la 2t.
Mesdames Weaver, sister of a prominent I
r arrangements, in LaBelle, Mrs. A. L. Taylor, will bor.On Color Is Important
Hodges, and Weggmann. I Sunday, Feb. 17th, the foregoing
LaBelle people.
Entering the dining room each was be interesting to I was read before the church and Item In Makeup Of
of the is. a home
salad The scene story

served with sandwiches, chicken ( congregation assembled, 'andsas Room
Cozy Living
In Knoxville, Tenn. The people were ,
Nicholson(
cake and coffee. Mrs. I adopted as the sentiment of all. We Announcing the opening of
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their goods .
robbed of almost all of :
presided/ at the serving table. bid him farewell with regret, but our mother ;;.r
including furniture while out on a Tallahassee, Feb. 28-Eveiy "

A most entertaining program solos was visit to a neighboring town. Some I prayers ascend in'hi"s behalf that God or home maker: should see to it : DENTAL OFFICES V;:.'

rendered. Then followed piano ingenuous robber stole all of their will keep and preserve him in_ his that there is a cozy, attractive living :

by Miss Virginia Rider, Mrs. Barton work and wonderfully crown his labors <
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and left no trace behind him room that will hold the young peo :0" -
Hubert. A recitation goods "

Hall and Miss Mrs.Frances'Donald Delany was A month ore more passed and no with success. I pIe at home says Miss Virginia P. % In The Hopkins Block Of... ,
by Church, .
First Baptist
:Moore, assistant state home demonstration
still found.A .
received.The trace was ..
entertaining and well LaBelle Florida. : : :. ': .
very \ '
delightful prominent rich, man had built,, a agent. The living, room '.
ended a '
hour
pleasan social house which he, called the Love Nest. should be a place where the boy or : ,DR. JOHN ANDERSON !:

afternoon. but 'i gilr will' be proud to bring their: '
This rented newlyweds ; \ "
was
DentistClewiston
Chevrolet} Dealers ,
consid'erable she adds. '.. ,
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and had not been rented for a young friends
Edwards
E.
Mr. and Mrs. E
and Missy u1ni This same gentleman was Guests at MeetingIn The living room need not, be expensiVe .. Florida.

{-.t.. A.Henricksen L. Henricksen motored to Fort: talking to a young man who though JacksonvilleMore she continues but it should( ,

County fair being respectable could not afford to have' a "charm''. There should be(
Myers to attend the Lee
live in such an expensive place. Not harmony in the entire room. There is
Friday evening. than 400 Chevrolet dealers,
knowing this was the owner 'he invited one fundamental color law that can
and bankers from
sales managers '
him over. The owner of course not 'be diseregarded. This law deals
George E. Gilchison, prominent Florida and southern Georgia were
111., called the police and they went after I with distribution of color in the room.
banker and farmer of Belmont, guests at an elaborate sales meeting
visiting the tenant. While in his house they Color brings about the sense of rest,
been
who has Chevrolet I
the
Carmel
near Mt. and banquet given by 0-
the most luxurious furniture comfort and ease. Certain colors
found
Mayor and Mrs. Doty has returned Motor company of Jacksonville at the
and upon investigating found it to I which alone have no great attractive
to his home. George Washington hotel a few days
be the property of the house mentioned power, immediately possess magnetic
I ago. Following the banquet an excellent IF YOU ARE\ INTERESTED
Christie and above. They also found furniture charm when in association with certain -
J. W. I'
Mr. and Mrs. vaudeville show was providedfor
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Thomas and Mr.: and valuables belonging to several the visitors. other colors. .
property was : In all rooms there are three divisions
The
fair in other people. .
G R. Christie motored to the, I Mr. M. D. Douglas, assistant general IN SELLINGIN
all( identified and returned to its I or areas. These should be con i
Fort Myers Friday. I sales manager of the company, was
rightful owner and the man and woman -, sidered in 'the distribution of, the. colors .
toastmaster. The principle speakerwas I BUYING-
Blockstock S. C., arrested and are, still in Jail. : according to Miss Moore. The -
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of the"Jackson ri
L. E. Sigmon Mr.\ Ray D. Wilson, :
wall "space and the ceiling is the largest
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is"yisiting in LaBelle. Mr. Sigmon ville Zone Sales manager, kho point- -IN FARM LANDIn
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Blockstockand single .area. The second largest :' \ '
large cotton planter in REV. DENNINGTON RESIGNS Id'out that the Jacksonville zone "
owns Is, the"floor, certain largo upholstered
is also a store keeper. He would share In a large measure'in the '
pieces, and draperies. The smallest :
considerable land in North LaBelle. Reverend W. T. Dennington, formerly success of the company this year. or near Clewiston "
.1 area is made up of those many smaller : ,
of Kentucky, but more ''recently "In Jacksonville zone it mabe '.".. ,
units about the' room; lamps, pillows 16 :' "' <=
\ E. E. Edwards and Mrs. A. L. Hen- of the City of Fort Myers was truthfully: said that .when the auto-
vases, books in colorful bind
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\ilcksen motored to Sears Monday on, called to, the pastorate of the First mobile business is on a sound basis,I WRITE : .-' '.( '
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flowers the like.
ings, and > ;
business.! Baptist Chiuch of LaBelle, Florida other industries also show progress," :, ..
The correct type of color must be "
-- more than two years ago. He served said :Mr. Wilson. "It is in this region '
considered in each area ifs on wantsa
County Attorney H. A. Rider and I this church full time and did what that we have the great fruit belt andre McCULLY'Clewiston's
living room to be all that it should
Commissioner H. L. Delaney VQ consider a noble work. We found finest climate In the world all
motor-I be, and the following suggestions are Pioneer Real Estate Broker
ed-to Tallahassee Saturday him to be a Christian gentleman of year round," concluded this zone
given along this line: In. the largest
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gards to road No. 25. Mr. ,the old typea faithful exponent of manager.; ,
area: use the greyest ,colors, and tc
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the smallest area use the spots oi
power for the state road departmentfo be the will of the Lord concerning dealer, declared after a careful observation
brilliancy, such as books, flowers,
Start work on this road. him and the work in which he of the playlets portrayingnew
lamp shades, or ,pottery.
was engaged. As a preacher, he isno and effective marketing ideas

...,. Miss Grant of Milwaukee, Wis., is compromise with sin, but will for' the dealers he was sure that 1929 -

visiting Mrs. Heroy. Miss Grant has I contend earnestly for the" faith once would be a banner year for Chevrolet
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charge of a home for working girls, I

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furnished and
which is beautifully 1

has 150 rooms, 100 being kept full

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Mrs. Bauers of North LaBelle has: J. R., ALSTON'S GROCERY. STORE. ;: -l.
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purchased a new Whippet six sedan

ftomthe Hill Whippet company. SOLD
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teachers of 's. <..SVjj /ai)
One of the prominent

the Felda school, Prof C. O. Thomas : .< Thru the Brokerage Office of ., ., '1l i ', q ,.rul'''' '' "

has resigned. It is rumored that Mr. :., -,* f\ vifv ,. I

Thomas expects to accept a position <

, north. Edison C. & ;
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, C. &. Christie motored to Tampa -;(, -To- T
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Eleanor Haines, well known in' La .* Who will handle a line of ",.: AN HOURS NOTICE .. ,,, ':, '.., ..', : T # ':"; !1 '(:';'". ;. .., ..):': )

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\ R. C. Addtcks at the Dreyer home. .,... : i ', is all that is necessary to have pre "j: .:1

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Mr. and Mrs. George W. Pettee,, : ; c ,', t pared a delightful Inn dinrier, .
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I! business and to attend' the fair. I YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS ... ... ..;:t:. :.; ',' :;:', ....l :.( ', .' i -j. ,',

; .4 '- :'<.'.; ".:. ,.. '+ five or fifty / "' d'' '

1'J' Mrs Hurd L. Reeves is seriously I : : .
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sick with influenza at the Reeves' :: :. .. '. .': : '

home in Felda. > We of the fact that have t l}, t'rp" <. ':" '' '! :, 9 ;

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Seven members of the Carr family .'''' 11' ."
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ing only one to care for the rest. Mrs. helped to make Clewiston a thriving city. t ::" .1" '. M"E... KYNETI"M'anager' .(., ?-,. J' .," .; ." r: .. 'T. ;j
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It is rumored that the timber company IT PAYS ; :::0:, ,; ; .

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CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEW1STON FLORIDA
r'a3e Six FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1929.
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', / .'.VANCIAL CONDITION eral assistance in the Lake Okeecho- that of the sheriff.On tion is to be constructed on the f I 4 TOWNS CROW J:. trucks and tractors of the Southern

bee the grand jury Clewiston was same principle as the main drainage I
, OF LOCAL: BUILDING I problem. AS CANE H'ARK Sugar company which have broughtnew

AND LOAN EXCELLENT I The meeting in the Glatex theatre represented by Art Lawrence, S. R. 'district, Insuring not only drainagebut IS EXTENDED life to the town.

V Wednesday night was one of a series Connell, E. L. Stewart, Webb, Charles also irrigation, the two combiningto
At' Bello Glade the
progressive
:' (Continued ,from cage 1)) of.local meetings to be called through- Darcy, Bill Allen, and J. H. Waldron. provide absolute flood control. residents -

I." ." ., j 1 out South Florida to encourage interest From LaBelle were Ed Pflugc, 1;. E. The announcement of the extensionof (Continued from 1) are taking opportunity by the -
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c...cllted to the stockholders there i' in the work which means so... Edwards, J. P. Pfaff, J. H. Booth, T. the district and the immediate -- forelock, Incorporating the town, paving -.
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I streets and sidewalks and
<""\ still be a surplus of approximate j much to this section. A. Markette and Harry Fleming. Fort preparation of the ground for further makIng
f early preparations fer the
. ?450.; County chairman have been ap- Denaud was represented by4 J. F. sugar cane planting is another indi- off to the horizon, armies of negroes activity
.
I which must to this entire
r I.. '. "Mie association, the president'suement ( pointed. J. W. Christie of LaBelle being i Haskell, John Dyess, ,valler.1\IcNal-1 cation of the thoroughness with which with arms full of cane following trun- come section -

: .' ". showed, had had applica-I named for Hendry county. Thes' ly, and James Dana, while from Felda I the Southern Sugar company' is go- dling cane wagons in the planting I as the result of the,new industry
brought here by B. G. Dahlberg and
.: t' K.S; .for loans far in excess of those chaIrmen will in turn appoint members was A. G. Carr. i iI Ing forward with the sugar' cane ex process, and lighter and swifter .motor
t. .' [ his associates. Prosperity in this tiny
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;' .' nted, and money was advanced of a county committee.In I pansion. driven covers and packers, skim-
communily in many instances is
f Th ly on the soundest of home bulld-I a talk to those present Wednesday t Drainage was the }big obstacle to ming jauntily over the newly plantedcane II
COMMISSIONERSMEET priced about the same as that in
v" f. '- projects, there having been no night Mr. Williamson said that be overcome by B. G. Dahlberg whenhe in the long, rows.
TOMORROW Clewis ton although the latter community -
: culative loans made. the hopes of this section for federal'assistance f was told by Internationally known Clewiston, as the center of those I
? is piobaly five years farther'
..I. W.: Bigg reported that ho had were never brighter, and soil experts and sugar authoritiesthat operations is of course enjoying the
((Continued from page 1)) ahead than its neighbor on the lake.
;sited the treasurer's books and he urged that every property ownerof the land of the northern Ever- greatest prosperity but ''the ,activities
Business property Glade
n Belle re-
:id them to be in excellent shape. Clewiston become actively identified glades was ideally suited to sugar have already had a remarkable effect !
scribed by the grand jury as being I cently was sold at $50 per front foot, *
;;; 'A.ie; healthy condition of the local I with the movement to get federal I cane production., His success in the on the communities of Moore Haven, :
F' unsafe and inadequate. it w/u reported lien this week.
t '::1 association is due also to the assistance in flood control and Sugailand distrIct Is further evidenced South Bay, Belle Glade and Canal ;
Another matter as a result of the Announced plans for a great new
f.: :', ?t operating expenses are practical navigation development. ) in the announcement of the expan- Point.
grand. jury ,session is the beautification mill of 2,500 ton daily capacity to replace
nothing, there being no salaried sion of the district to cover the additional -
,::.' ; \ of the court house grounds, and [ ., Moore 'Haven prosperity Is the the present GOO ton a day mill
,:,itions in the organization, the ,3,200 acres.
('',,' I I COAST MERCHANTS it 'is'believed probable that immediate combined result of increased trade at Canal Point has caused new life
'a operating'' cost being stationery
; : PLAN FOR SHAREOF steps will be taken to follow the I from Southern Sugar company workers In that community, and building tp-:

Lh 1 other minor expenses. I LOCAL TRADE recommendations along this line. i EARLY START FOR and the fact that some thirty families I lals have soared there during the

According to the grand jury plan I CROSS STATE ROADWORK whose heads work in Clewiston last few monlhs.,

C'JSTER; SUPPER (Continued from page 1) each of the five commissioners, wouldbe IS APPROVED are living in Moore Haven becauseof 'While the prospecst for the future'

h, ,.. TO BE HELD IN asked to "send In \a truck to the the present'' house shortage condition of the entire noilbern Evergladesover

CLEWISTON TONIGHT licitation for local business through county seat to fill in grade and beautify ,(Continued from page 1)) In the Clewislon section. this fifty mile stretch are exceptionally -
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'> the mails and in reports brought the court house grounds. South Bay,,> fifteen miles east of bright, Clewiston as the

* (Continued 'from page 1) back from both the east and west This action of the jury brought fa- stalled on the construction of the Cio'\vlston, which .was formerly asmall. key city must continue as the healthiest -

i 5 *' k coasts by women who visited out of vorable comment from all parts of Sugarland highway from LaBelle .trading center for truck farmers in the family of lake towns and

I :--cess than any of the other 9 f call town stores. Clewiston merchants at the county, ,and it was pointed out ,,through to the Hendry county line, is now rubbing the sleep from even those who are classed as In-

ll ":"-es arranged by the local women. an organiation meeting in the Wata- that the natural beauty of 'the court It was announced this week by H. A. its eyes, and gazing open-mouthed at curable )pessimists ire quick to ad-

h* :- .:per tonight in the Clewiston Mo- nabe hotel a few weeks ago unitedto house setting can be greatly'enhanced Rider county attorney who returned the new buildings which are spring- mit that 'a Ciewiston of 10,000 people

jf < '; company' sales room tonight will combat this competition and keep with but a little effort on the partof from Tallahassee where he conferred ing up and trying to become accustomed within the next few years is more.
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f ', served from 5:30: to 8:30: o'clock. Clewiston dollars. In Clewiston, and the commissioners. The courthouse with members of the state road de- to the thunder and roar of than probable._

\ i: -'The supper tonight is.tlle. first i Cecil V. Parkinson who was elected grounds is covered with' tall partment. -

I x f nt to be sponsored since Mrs. president of the local group is expected picturesue palms and with a simple It was also reported that a resolution

? ies was elected, to the presidency to call a meeting in the near beautification program followed, the to make all new state roads 100 )) I

\ ., c' the orgauiation a fe wweeks ago. future for further discussion of the Hendry county court house and feet instead of GO feet wide. ) r .'
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i'', : assuming leadership of the organ- plans. grounds will compare favorably Svith With the work on the Sugarland'I ., -:''' .?, ,"

s'' /. '"on she immediately named 'vir- Three merchants from other cities the best in the state. highway in the western end of the S, ;::'::' '

c -lly every 'member of the society during the past week have flooded county assured and with work: steadily : ANNOUNCEMENT '. (
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'; committees, so that each member Clewiston with literature through the FIVE BUILDINGS progressing on the road construction .

f., the church will play her part in mails, using flamboyant circulars to. UNDER WAY HERE ,work: east of Clewiston the well '
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7' Idng the activities of the Ladies shout the alleged value of. their prod- -- \ paved highway ,connecting Fort My- ..

E' .' 1 successful. ucts. That this form of advertisingis (Continued from page 1)) ers and Palm Beach by way ,of Clew-

'There is every reason to believe getting a cool reception in Clewis- islon is now definitely in sight. Just received shipment of Spalding

: ,::'it we will be successful in our goal ton was seen' in the comments of sev- brings the total of buildings under For the past few weeks Clewis- I

'r $1,000 for the year," Mrs. Ames eral women, \who admitted that ti:ey construction. to five, which will pro toniles: have been making the trip;/ Sport Goods including Golf!i : Balls,

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-:'d. "These oyster 'suppers proved were skeptical of the values off ped. vide housing accommodations for 12 over the muck road to the east coast] .,
Sticks Tennis and Baseball
'. r ') successful last year that we Merchants of both. the 'east' and local families. and although travel is difficult at equipment

:--reed to continue them. As- for the west, coast cities appreciating the The latest house to started, is being times the road is always passable,

r':ins for the minstrel, there is too fact that there is a steady payroll built for a home by Mr. Matteson much of the travel being over the
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:--:ich talent in Clewiston to pass un- here in excess of 20,000 per week whose family is now occupying a bungalow newly .\laid and dolled rock with a

r tlced." are bending every effort to get, in .on in pel textown. total of less than three miles of muck

the business, and local women enter Other houses under construction between here and the east coast
ALSTONS: DRUG STORE '. '
ing out of town stores were amazed are the three bungalows in Troeger cities.
An appropriate poem on the visit
to discover how much the out of town court on, Sagamore avenue, ,and the Completion of the cross state high- '
rf President-elect Herbert Hoover, "
merchant has learned of Clewiston S-apartment Schult building on Ventura way will eliminate the 'necessity of 'I -i ,.
:somas A. Edison and Henry Ford "I .F"... ,
and the Southern Sugar company pay- } street. traveling through Moore Haven, the
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rolls here. Although these buildings: on completion route from Clewislon to LaBelle being .
i). Hewitt of Indianapolis, Ind., who
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Among the plans which are being will .hou'se 12 Clewiston families in a, direct line across the south
:i spending the winter at Clewiston.it .
considered by some members of the ; the solution to the house shortage end of the county. I I
I is as follows:
Clewiston Better Business associa- problem is'' not :yet in sight, since -
Our dear little Clewiston now re- -
tion is an educational campaign in Moore Haven alone there are living 1,
nownReceiving ,
which will convince local people of more Clewiston workers than can ,
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distinguished guests .
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out of town
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I and also of the fact that their wants ings.
Our President-elect Hoover so gracious .
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and kind _,
I local merchant"explaining the EXTENSION OFDRAINAGE '

And Thomas Edison greatest 1 genius plan 'said: "Business is now excellent, WORK ; y '

:. of mankind. but as long as, there is a dollar being IS ANNOUNCEDContinued :Yi : {:: 't '
Mr. Henry Ford, world renown : \ ,
spent outside of Clewiston there is : ; :
Giving to the rich and poor : : ; <;;
;..- room for improvement. As a body the I ( from page 'X>, ; ,i >
.' Travel they have never known before I
5 local merchants can convince the local : '.
All guests of Clewiston during the )
; .. .people of the importance of buying ailand distrIct. :: \ \

,;. past week. at. home, and it is their duty to Will! the ditches completed the landis ;! 'p HOMES! AND APARTMENTS NEEDEDr

follow through with their plan." to be prepared at once for plantingto :: : !':';<''' J'" ..
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1\ STREET IMPROVEMENT I sugar cane by the Southern Sugar ."il> IIL '

I WORK UNDERWAYContinued : NEW JAIL "NEEDED company in the fall. ;' : ;} I

I SAYS GRAND JURY Two dredges, on a dragline and the ,; ; _. :"

( from page 1) j jt' other a Bay City dredge are used, and .- To relieve the house shortage condition here and provide 'fC'

t', __ I (Continued from page 1) the extension work involves an investment :
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street and past the Hooker place for was urged to make greater effort in the levee construction and ditch work homes for workers employed by the,Southern Sugar company .

motorists driving to Palm Beach. 1 getting evidence necessary for convIction there will be 300,000 cubic 'yards of I : "

:' The streets in town which are beIng although Circuit Judge George earth removed. Four flood gates similar ,.
:. / there is real need for homes and apartments in <- ,
, graded will also be hard surfaced. Whitehurst agreed that it is frequently to those now used in the Sugar- a y. t

Those on which work is now underway difficult to get the necessary' ,land drainage district will be installed. -; > '*r!*. i..' .'.. ;

are Crescent drive, Royal Palm evidence. .. I, Clewiston. i.f ,:"-"","
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avenue. W. N. Henderson, former county drainage: district was successfully '::<>.: ,r,,: : X'' :;: ', i, +.:! ;JJ' :
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The work, it was announced is in judge but now a private citizen be proven during the 1926 and the 1928 v ;

keeping with the plan for the town. requested to move his office from storms here and the 3,200 acre addi- iThirty .
whose heads working :
t t/, families arc _. /l'"h -
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":1 .' 0I:;\: ; in decision arc living in Moore\ : ',' .:::, ...'-
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hOOD CONTROL ; , : \ ::< ., Haven 16 miles west of 'here because 1 :.. ::-if; "::. /;' .
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DATA GATHERED .... .. F '';:.';:;: :':' '. 1.,." of. .)house! horlage.condrlroz. : in C/cn/ ".' .::/f: ,. .


BY F. JOHNSONContinued : A Representativeof ,. '., .:'.', ;'.::.'',;',-\kCif_ \:'r,;ji, :. tslon. '" ",'.' }. J....:.Tf: ;.tL i 4 i iI

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Williamson, president of the newly : .::'Z 'c, A'JI
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organized: Florida Flood Control association I I "c : ;( i ,: :..>_.,-l. .... I For detalled'Information write to \ :- ; ; ',,:' ::;

which was formed a few I ; '

weeks. ago following the suggestion i j':: Life Insurance Company' '::,::..:"' ; ,. : "t'-!

I'I'of : :
man Congressman of the flood Frank control R. Reid committeo chair- ; of New York '-', : ;:,: ,:; ...

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Forrest Johnston, who was associated -\ '.,; k '. Will be in decision, Florida .. \
: .. CLEWIS TON: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
with Grosvernor Dawe in com --J S ,
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piling! Florida industrial survey is,' ,.. ..,. FRIDAYSATURDAY .. ;
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busy gathering valuable information I l'WJ.': .. .. ,
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Clewiston
and ,Carl Dietrich has been engaged!;I \: "'. .. ,

as a special writer. i

At a meeting in the Glatex theatre MARCH 1 1,2 and 3,1929' I ::..' ... !

a\ Clewiston a few weeKs ago, Mr. \ I "" ., i "". .
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For Advice Counsel and Service i iT
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in West Palm told .,t. : \ '
a'n interested local group of the work ,' Call him at the i .. ::'.:, :' In The Center Of '.. .
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planned by the association. 7 f! 't' ..

earlier in the week Mr. Williamson Clewiston, Inn -- Alta Monte Ave. tt.MERICA'S! NEW SUGAR BOWL \ Sr
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acting! on suggestion Congress- i '

njjan Frank R. Reid,. chairman of the I i ".:::'.':\' ..;', '

Flood Control committee of the house, ,I
CET ON THE METROPOLITAN
called a meeting In' West Palm I "

Leach\ and with a group of prominent, i PAYROLL y r I

l lorldana formulated plans for cen
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